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B.B.A in Hospitality and Tourism Management

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The Hospitality and Tourism Management programme is designed to introduce students to the requirements of the Hospitality and Tourism Industry of the Caribbean. Students are exposed to policies regarding Tourism, activities of the Hotel and Guest Services industry, Restaurant Industry and Food and Beverage considerations. Students are afforded the opportunity to do internships at actual institutions in the Hospitality Industry. Below are a sample of the courses to be taken in this programme.

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Credits required for programme completion : 128
Length of programme : 4 years

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GATE status : GATE Approved

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    | Core courses
    | Elective courses
    | Cognate courses
    | General education courses

  • HSTM115: Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
    Provides an overview of various facets of the industry’s restaurants, hotels, resorts, travel, tourism, and clubs. General operating procedures with an emphasis on professional management principles. Field trips and hospitality executive guest lecturers enrich the course. Includes career planning and exposure to role models.
  • HSTM201 Management of Tourism
    Topics covered are cultural tourism, sociology of tourism, components and supply, tourism development, the economic role of tourism demand, the marketing of tourism, and the international scope of tourism.
  • HSTM440: Hospitality Sales and Marketing
    This course is designed to provide students with a solid background in hospitality sales, advertising, and marketing.
  • HSTM300: Technology Applications in Hospitality
    A course concentrating on computer applications used in the hospitality industry. Special attention will be given to the different software packages available and the programmes they run which enhance the service provided by the hotel and guest industry.
  • HSTM443 Food/Labor Cost Control 3
    This course explores fundamentals of food, beverage, and labor cost control for hotel and restaurant operations, which continue to make such operations sustainable and competitive.

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General requirements

Regular Admission Five (5) CXC or O'level passes Or three (3) CXC or O'level passes & Two (2) A'level passes Adult Admission Three (3) CXC or O'level passes*

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